Apple is believed to be working on a new 4-inch iPhone, and now 9to5Mac claims to have details on what we should expect. The new phone is reported to be an improved version of the iPhone 5S: Apple is essentially said
Stephen Curry's greatness as a basketball player can be measured by his record-setting shooting numbers that are changing the game.
Chinese tech giant Baidu has successfully tested its driverless car on roads near the company's headquarters in Beijing.
The folks in Dubai seem to love their tennis courts. In 2005, the world’s highest tennis court was built atop the 1,000-foot-tall Burj al Arab Hotel. And now, the city may venture beneath the sea with the world’s first underwater tennis court.
A British couple have been jailed for six years each for keeping a Nigerian immigrant as a slave for more than two decades, a London court clerk said.
Apple's iPhones have long been a source of battery anxiety, with third-party battery cases easing these worries by offering extra juice when you need it. Now, Apple has unveiled its own Smart Battery Case for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S, quietly posting the product on its online stores(as spotted by Pocket Lint). The case costs $99 and Apple says it extends the iPhone's battery life to up to 18 hours of internet usage on LTE networks, up to 20 hours of video playback, and as much as 25 hours of increased talk time.
If we are to solve the biggest problems of our time — fromclimate change and food security to nuclear non-proliferation — we're going to need more scientists.
Warriors Storm Past Nets To 22-0 And They Are Just Not Rewriting the History Books,They Are NBA's Most Fun Team
With just about two minutes remaining in the third quarter, and the Golden State Warriors' 21-game win streak on the line, the Brooklyn Nets are clinging to a two-point lead, 76-74, at the Barclays Center.
If you’d rather hurt than feel nothing at all (a la Lady Antebellum), this medical breakthrough is not for you. But for the rest of us who’d like an end to physical
Facebook, Google and Twitter are stepping up efforts to combat online propaganda and recruiting by Islamic militants, but the Internet companies are doing it quietly to avoid the perception that they are helping the authorities police the Web.